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VIHT MOaWtNS (MONDAY! IXCmYHD).
OFT1CIAI I'Al'BM OK CITY AND COCNTT.
Ouray, the lata Ute Chief, loft pro
pcrtv valucil at l-'Dn.OOO.
Robert Hrowninsr. i In and bis
sister, me living in Lmis, near (ricn
Gladstone loves trees anil Beacons,
field loves roses: but GUtUtoue and
Disraeli do not love each other.
The l)ool maker who aays his hoots
are all rig-lit will have one-legocd men
Speaking of the different agon of
this world, to what ago do the ped
dlers belong? Tho puck ajjo.
ii H 1
Tho dealer in salt mint have a pre
carious time of it. Tho salt-cellar,
you know, is always getting over
turned. Atlanta lias a new enterprise a
watch factory. It begins with facili
ties for turning out six watches per
Lady Hulwer-Lytton, in her new
book, "A Blighted Lil'e," affection
ately alludes to her late liiiKband as
Tho Virginia n op of peanuts for the
year is em i mated Ht 1,400,000 bushels,
more than half of which was handled
by Norfolk merchants.
"Tom" Hughe,' colony of English
men, in F.ast Tennessee, contains only
two lady members. '"Our two lasses,"
ho writes, l,are Queens out here."
The Ayr Burn monument trustees
have complete I the purchase- of tho
cottage iu which Uobcrt Burns wus
born. The building has hitherto been
used as a public house. It is to be eon
verted into a museum, in which relics
of the poet will be gat he rod together.
The houso and grounds were bought
for f. 'o(ooo.
The "London Hair Color K.'storr-r"
is thuinofct delightful article every in
troduced to the American people and
totally different from all other hair re
storers, bring entirely free from all
impure ingredients that rentier many
other articles for the hair obnoxious.
Where baldness, or falling of the hair
exist, or prematurely grayness, from
sickness nr other CRUses, its use will
restore the natural youthful color, and
causes a healthy growth, cleansing the
scalp from all impurities, dandruff, etc.,
at the same time a most pleasing and
lasting hair dressing, fragrantly per
fumed, rendering the hair soft
and plyabh-, making it an indis
pensable in every toilet.
Ask yur drugtrist for Inulon Hair Color
Hestonr. Price cents a bottle. (I)
I'l'otcct the Little Ones.
Protect the little ones from the often
fatal eoi.scouciKTs of croup, with Dr.
Thomas' Kcleetnc Oil. It is the king of
all cough medicines, as well us a peerless
remedy for rheumatism, lam! back, sprains,
bruises, cuts, piles, -kidney troubles, etc.
Take it inwardly and apply outwardly.
Paul (i. Seliub, Agent.
To nil who are stiff. ring from the errors
and indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness,
early decay, loss of mauhood, etc., I will
seixl a recipe that will cure you, free ot
charge. This gieat remedy was discovered
by a Missionary in Smith America. Bend
a self-addressed envelope to the Her.. Joseph
T. Innmn, Station I), New i ork City.
Kxtiiaot. For persons suffering from
exhauston of the powers of tho brain and
ncrvuus system, from long and continued
study or teaching, or in those cases ot ex
haustion from which so many young men
suffer. I know of no better medicine for
restoration to health than Fellows' Com
pound Syrup of Hypophosphites.
Edmond'Clay, M. I)., Pugwash, N. tf,
The, Melancholy Dune.
Hamlet, Prineo ot Denmark, would not
have been dubbed, the "Melancholy Dane"
if he had known Dyspepsia was all that
ailed him, and that all that he needed was
a supply of Spring Blossom, a sure euro for
for Dyspepsia, Biliousness, indigestion and
other diseases of that description. Price
50 cents, trial bottles 10 cents.
A Cough, Cold or Sore Throat
should bu stopped, heglect fretiiently re
suits in an Incurable I.uug disease or Con
sumption. Drowns ISronchial Troches do
not disorder the stomach like coueji syrups
and balsams, but set directly on the uillatn
I'd parts, allaying irritation, give relief in
Asthma, Hroiit lnfi.s, CciiL'hs, Cutarrh, and
the Thro t Troubles which Singers nm
I'ublie Speakers are siibjeet to. Kor thirty
years Drown's Droiichial Troches have been
reciptnnienileil y physicians, and ml ways
give peilert satisfnction. Having been
ti'Hteil by wide nnd constant Use for nearly
an entire generation, they have attained
well merited rank anion;; the few staple
remedies of the age. Sold at '.Ti rents a
Mr. (icnrge K. O'llara, the live druggist
of the town, is always up to the times and
ready to meet the ileiiumds of his many
customers. He has just ieceived a supply
of that wonderful remedy that is astonish
ing the world by its iiiarvt liuis cures. Dr.
King's New Discovery fur consumption,
coughs, colds, asthma, bronchitis, hay
lever, phthisic, croup, whoopinneougli, tick
ling in the throat, loss of voice, hoarseness
or any affection of the throat and lungs,
Thin remedy positively t nres, as thousands
rsn testify. If you do not believe it rail
at his drug store nnd get a trial bottle free
of cost nr n regular sire bottle tor one dol
lar. As you alue your life, give it a trial
and be convinced, as thousands already
have been (4)
IIknhy Van NotvrwtcK, of Toledo, Ohio,
ays: A Irietid prevailed upon in to try
an,,()nlvLting l ad. 'and I obtained lin
mediate relief from a racking rough. J
know the Pad helped me. See Adv.
Tbs hoarts law, the mother from noma ; t
Whr Urrltstt he lathe waning llltht T
Down on the lawn wlicreths laurels irloom.
Hi pioiiilhcil to come iml ling to-tilnht.
Hark to thnt roituo of i slater's cry I
Will tho child keep ever a wnlof nl eye T
pcp, tiny. lrpj IloRey will take)
All little RlrU that ho M n Jet awake.
This naiiRhty old l'"gey, wlionuver ho come,
Kllla, atlie iMi'lli hli terrible round
In the dead of ulRlit through tho children's rooms.
Ami eal.iall llm h.ibles who won't sleep sound.
Uli big blank eyes aroaflainn with light.
Ami all who behold him they shriek with fright,
Mi'ep, tiny, uleep; liogoy will Hike
All Utile, iftrls Hint ho flmli awake,"
"Nay," says tho little one, "I.ucy, nay;
For I've seen the Ilogey from over tho blind.
Ho looki not a hit like what you nay ;
He ha big black eyes, which are, O, so kind I
I peep when his sweet sail voice I hear;
For he sings of lovo, so I need not fear."
Sleep, tiny, sim p; Ilngey will take
All little (iris that he Amis awake.
The sister reddens, then softens her rolcoi
"Sloop, my darling, 'tis time fur rest :
Hleep, and to-morrow I'll give you choice
Out of all my ribbons you love the best,"
Down lu Its pillows the roguish head
Nestled, and softly the tiny said,
" I'm at-leep, I'm asleep; so now, dear I.n,
Your black -eyed Bogey rnu come to you."
from t)i Frtneh,
THK 111 III) CAIMMtlO.
In a darkened room, hy the bedside
of a dying man, sat a woman. She
had not counted more than live-ntnl-l
wenty summers, though to-day
she iui",ht have passed for years older,
so sad and woe begone was her aspect.
Ami who could wonder? for the sick
man sho tended was her fondly-loved
husband, and be, alas! was dyinj.
I ho Doctor shook his head mourn
fully whenever she asked, again and
auaiu, "It'll ine, oh, tell, will, lie
There seemed indeed no hope. Tho
voung creature now sat unite, petri
fied with grief, and he who hadcic
while been si nun: and Mindy, lay mo
tionless and Mill. It was scarcely
possible to tell whether life yet dwelt
in the body. His breathing was so
faint it hardly dimmed the glass they
held More his mouth.
"lie sleeps," spoke the Doctor, who
had just ciiicrcd soft I v, "(Jo down,
dear child, and rest," bo said, turning
to tho watcher.
In very truth he deemed the patient
about to pass from earthly slumber to
lieavenlv repose, mid wished to save
her the id sjht.
"Then I shall rest beside him," she
The DoeUir did not reply, ami
quilted the sick-roohi with bushed
Still the invalid stirred not, but lay
ou in that foii uiion ol neither lite
liordemh. At last tho wife roselioiu
tcr teal, uud, approaching the dark
ened window, lifted a corner of the
blind. Within the room all wid op
pressive stillness, gloom, and sorrow;
without, theic was life, light, and joy.
It was sprim;. The trees wore their
ertenesi, ami prettiest garb; pale
piini-roi-es and white daisies pied the
earth; the fruit-trees stood iu fullest
snowy blossom. Helow, in the little
gulden, on w hich the window looked,
two children a little girl live years
old, with long, flaxen curls, that
shimmered in the nin-hine, and her
bsihy-brotl, or, were at. play on the soft
gieen-swaivl. The little one was
crowing merrily at the elder's antics,
holding out his chubby fair arms as
though he would seize all this pleas
ure within them. Tho muse stood
beside, looking down with a strauj;o
"Hush I Miss Kffie," she said, as the
merriment grew too boisterous ; hush I
or youXvill awaken your poor papa."
"Poor papa!" repeated tlieeluld.and
she was silent for a moment. Hut,
soon the game recommenced, only
more quietly than before. For wbut
knew the little one of heart-sorrow,
or sickness unto death? The wife sur
veyed the sceno, and heaved it heavy
"They are glad and happy; they
enjoy the Mitishine of spring," hIjo
murmured; "meanwhile their father
is dying." Her tones were half bit
ter and reproachful, though full of
IS lie let the corner of the blind drop
once more. The sight had done her
no jjood; it had rather torn her wounds
iifrc.di. The gloom and darkness of
the sick-chamber better suited her
frame of mind.
So the day pad. The children,
tired out with play and laughter,
rested iu theircots. Tho mother went
into the nurcry, and with saddened
inein bent over each little bed to give
lier wonted evening kiss. KHie sprung
up when she saw her approach.
"Here is a kiss for poor papa," sho
whispered as she encircled her moth
er's neck with her chubby, soft arms.
'Do you know, mamma, tin; story he
used to tell us about the bird with
the hard name? 1 can't remember
"What bird, my child?" asked the
mother, listlessly. Her thoughts were
wandering, and she hardly took iu
what the little girl said.
"Car (Jar something, iiiaiiiuia.
That woiidertiil bird pupa told me
that pretty Mory about; how itciimo
to make ja'oplo well, and flew away
with their illness.
l,i rail rion, "said the mother. Her
attention was awakened, nnd she re
membered to what hllle referred.
It was a legend the father hud of
ten told the child,one that he himself
bad read in the old chronicles of a
monastery a story full of deep poet
ry ami let ling. It wns anent that
bird, that won, irons bird that we pos
se not, that no land can call its
own, but which on clear midnights
flics high aloft above, oui beads, touch
ing the portals of heaven with its
pinions. .Men iiiime it (Jaradrion.
Whenever this bird lowers its wins
toward earili, a sick man is inado
"What of that bird, Uffle?" asked
The child hung her bond Hhyly.and
would not reply. At it,t hho whis
pered : "Mamma, l h ive been praying
won iu semi iiowu t iiiiiiirion io poor
papa ; now he
is sure iu jiet well, ho
don I look
so sad any more, dun"
"The tears welled info the mother's
eyes. She could not -pe ik. Alas! she
Icarcd the tin her was nhetdy beyond
all ln'p'.' of recover; , and that Hie end
CAIRO BULLETIN; SUNDAY MORNING, t FEBRUARY 6, 1881.
would come ere these sweet blue cyos
reopeno I from sleeii.
"(loud night, Kill , good night," sho
sobbed as hho replaced the child in its
small white cot, and hastily left tho
There wus no change in tho man;
he still bore the taino stony, iinuiova
"Is thero any ii Iteration?'' she asked
tho Doctor when hu cunio for theilrst
time thnt night to see lib patient.
"Noun," be said.
4'An I vou can do nothing?"
''Nothing; we must leave naluro
alone. Stay, open the window a lit
tle ; the air'caiiuot harm him."
She did as he bade.
It was a soft warm night, and tho
sweet-scented air from without filled
the room. There was no moon. The
heavens were studded with stars, and
their mild light shone down upon the
earth. There secineed mora pity in
this scene than in the ono sho had be
held that morn. Tnis time she did
not turn away. Some of its peuco
wcnicd to sink inlo the wife's break
ing heart, and led her thoughts wan
dering into the past. She thought of
her young love for tho muii who now
lay stricken and helpless, of the few
years of happinosssho had spent at his
side; and then she could pursue the
vein no further.
"Surely, surely," she cried in heart
anguish, "joy dues not die so soon!"
She turned her mind away from tho
all-engrossing topic, and let her ideas
wander dreamily ; her long-continued
watches hud tired her mentally and
bodily. She knew not why, or where
fore, "except, perchance, that KlhVs
question had , recalled the old story
with new vividness, but her thoughts
ranon about that bird of health.
Should he descend this night, whom
of those that lay ill on earth would
he elect to benelit? For in this vast
world of sorrow and sick', how many
lay stricken besides her husband?
The darlings of other hearts might be
dying. How, then, would tho bird
chooe between them? How tell
which life was needful still on earth ;
w hich meet for heaven?
And still the sick man lay motion
less. As the young wife sat thus, lost in
deep reverie the hours wore on. At
last" she was routed by a sound from
without as tho rushing of mighty
wings. It camo nearer, even nearer:
it seemed to approach where she sat.
"llis death who comes thus, 'twixt
gloaming and dawn to seek his prize,"
thought the wife, and her heart turned
faint and sick.
Slill the ruhiug continued ; it came
closer, eh .( r. Mio listened breaiu
less and awe-sti icken. Suddcuiy a
huge bird flew in through the open
window ; tinhee iij' her, he winded
straight toward ihf bed, and there
alighted and rested himself from his
tlight. His mien was luroly, as of an
ea-ie; his plumage, whi.e as a swan's ;
Ins movements, gentle as a dovu'n. It
was the lord (Jaradrion.
The wife sat ou iu awed silence ; she
dned not speak or move. l!ut hope
beyau to beat once more iu her heart ;
she laid her baud upon it to ijuiut its
beating; it pulsed so loudly she feared
lest the sound iniht neare the bird.
Immovable her eyes were fixed upon
him as he bowed his long slender neck
toward the sufferer, and laid his broad
beak upon the sick man's lips, for
ncveral .seconds of biealhle.si anxiety
to the waiciier it ruste 1 there, as toe
Idid i.ictv forth the sore ailment unto
hiiu-elt'. Thai ended, he unce more
flew away. On, on. with the same
rii-hiiig sound wherewith he had
come ; on, on, till it "lew fainter us he
flow fun her from earth. The wile saw
him ii.i.u ut higher and higher as he
tl.tr it'll hoaveiiwar 1.
Nie could not cease to follow his
lliini ; her eves were spell-bound on
hii departing fotin; for, as yet, the
cure swts not wholly wrought, she
knew; and who could bay that it
might not fail even now? Sohe con
tinued g izing, and as she looke d the
stars.' light grew fainter, then f.tdod
A rosy shimmer suffused iho Hist;
ut last, in fiery splendor, uprose the sun
fioiii behind a Uuik of gorgeous tint
ed clouds. He had returned yet again
from his nightly slumber iu the bo
sum of Paradise. And still the bird
was Hying on, till his form grew a
mere speck in the distance; he had
nea rod the sun, ami daried within its
flaming circle. Tiien 6hc who watched
no eagerly could seo no moro; the
glare was loo fierce for mortal eyes ;
they might penetrate no further. Dut
she knew that Caradrion had taken
a way her loved one's sickness, that be
was purifying hiin-elf anew in the
eternal light, that her husban I was
"My darling," called a low voice,
"where tiro you?" They were the first
words the sufferer had spoken for
many a day, and fell like music on
the wife's ear. She hurried towards
the be I and fell on her knees beside it,
bathed in tears. Ilo hid his worn,
wasted hand tenderly upon her head.
"1 feel better than "for wt'eks past
only weak, very wcik. Do not weep,
love. Let me he carried into the gar
den, iu the sweet fresh air, among the
snriiiL' flowers. 1 shall soon erow
"lii a few hours" she said, "when the
sun has riseiMjuite, and the dews are
gone. Ilest till then."
Later in the day they placed him on
tho grass, swathed in warm rugs and
propiied with pillows. And there ho
lay, day by day, delighting in the, air
and golden sunshine, iu the flowers
ami song of birds. As he grew stroii"-.
er, they let his children come to him.
Kllic th lew her arms around her fa
ther's neck when sho saw him for the
"1 have a secret to toll you, papa,"
sho whispered. "You must not tell
nurse ; she says it is nonsense. 1 have
told mainiiia,and she only cried."
"Well, what is the secret," little
one?" asked tho father, gay ly.
"I prayed Caradrion might como to
makt) you well, and I feel sure that b0
did, for you are belter since that
night. Did ho come? Tell me, pupa
The father kissed the sweet laeo and
pressed the child fondly to him.
Neither ho nor hi wife spoko a word.
There uro niouutnU lor which u,ig ola
mortal speech, has no words. '
As for Eille, sho will find the answer
to her piubtloa beyond this life.
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lllsense. r . 'in piwesi, uiv, iiiiinirniej
( ntHlosiie, Kit II.
A, I, lie-,-. lliiioplires' lliimeoiinllili-
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THE FAMILf HAND BOOK :
I OR, KKi ll l ANI1 Mi ll .oK 1 UK MlLl.toV;
lnil.p.nit,l. . r.rm.r., MttiWilc. .V-f;.i,t,, , f. .oLn.lt,
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111 S .nUi Hlli Ulrwl, Pf. liio. N. T.
IS MiK.'U.H. "to
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ItoflUanil ITineiimi ico iniiii""i. s mi V' ,v
(Xi.Jisnkoi'SiS Uruk.cn, tilaiii-uirfe r ux-, ',' i ertt.
To Nor VOtls f tllli lels-'l he (,reat Kliropi llII I'.v."-
edv It. .1. H. M rti rwrni'i Stit.-iiic Meillclne.
Dr. J. H. Slltii"on's Speclilc .Medicine Is a pose
tlTn cure fur Spermatorrhea, Impoteiicy, Weakness
ndall discuses ri siiliii.K from Self Alms", as Ner
ousDebllltv, Irillabilltv, Mental Anxiety, l.tinuiior,
Lassitude, Ilepnssion tilsplrlisatid fuiii'lional de
raliEenients of the Nervous Sstoin eiierallv 'nh
l ll, L or Sli!. I ol' l,.,,i.ire l'lellllltlire Ol'l
AK'i and diseases
that lead to ( on
ty and an curly
crave, or lioth.
No matter bow
shattered t h e
system may be
from excesses of
any kind, u short
course of this nieillenie win resiore u,e ion ...
tlous and procure Health and huppliiess, where n
,, ,. was .le"p.Mi.le..cy and elo,,,,, T in , M.er lo
Medlelnt) la l'l"R "''' vslih womlerlul
C'T''ni(lil.'tf sent ftee fo all. Write for them and
J, ', I for ' ' W-lllbe'sentbymallon receipt of
money. Address all oril.as pIrlNF. -(,..
'Ni m'.1 ,dlW.MalnHt..ll"i,lo,N.y,
) Yourselves by ninklil," lilotl
ev when a no'lili ti i hiincn Is
oH'ered, thereby alwnva
keepltiir poverty front your
- door. Thne who always
liikeadvimlli..'i' of tlie k'oou
chances for maklnir money Hun nre tittered, iielieral
fv hec,otiie wealthy, while those who do not tui
irt to ""eh cliancos reniniu In poverty. V e want
Inativ men. women, tiovs ami Klrls lo do work for its
Kb llnllielr own localities, The business will
nay more limn ten limes ordliinrv ak"'".
rurnlshan expetisenslvii on till ami "11 V"
need free. Mo one who entires tails to tn.ike
montiy rapidly. Vou can ilevoie yotir whol., time
"i tho wnrk.nr only vnur spare moments. Hi I
loformntton and nil that Is needed sent free, Ad
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